Episode 227: The people of Alberta put a smackdown on potential mining of their mountains, a gorgeous verse from Neruda, the stunning Deception Pass in Puget Sound, a nocturne by Chopin, and more…

Good News: The government of Alberta, Canada considered mining the Rocky Mountains there, and got a resounding rebuff from the citizenry, Link HERE

The Good Word: A splendid bit of love poetry from the incomparable Pablo Neruda.

Good To Know: A surprising fact about pyramids…

Good News: A local business-owner in Houston has opened his stores to storm-ravaged locals AGAIN, Link HERE

Wonderful World: Take a few minutes to enjoy the stunning scenery of Deception Pass, Link HERE

Bon Appetit: In praise of the culinary delights found in the Christmas Markets of Europe, Link HERE

Sounds Good: Continuing our celebration of the genius of Frederic Chopin, with one of his most famous works: The Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2, here performed by the legendary Arthur Rubinstein, Link HERE

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